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    This is a family recipe I stumbled upon through marriage. It is a Latin-style chicken soup and it is the best I have tasted. Basically, my mother-in-law makes this soup with a few founding ingredients and then throws in whatevers available. Its always good, but I've narrowed it down for myself and you to the best ingredients to use. This recipe is great for serving to a large amount of people. *Note: You use a whole (8-piece cut) chicken if you want to serve 6-8, but if you are serving more than 6, for the purposes of the stock, use only split leg quarters. The recipe is best when fresh ingredients are used, especially cilantro. Don't even bother with the recipe if you don't have fresh cilantro. After the chicken is fully cooked, you can try to fish it out and separate the meat from the bones, but I don't usually bother with it.

    Recipe #344328

    This is a pretty well known Chinese recipe. I saw it on TV, but I've made a couple changes. For instance, the recipe originally called for grated orange peel, but when I first made the recipe I didn't have any oranges, so instead of using orange peels I added just a splash of triple sec. It came out very good and now I use it all the time.

    Recipe #355927

    This is a different type of meatloaf. I usually use turkey when making it. I'm not sure if you could substitute the standard ground beef. Never tried it.

    Recipe #359762

    This is an original recipe by yours truely. The trple sec mixture can also be used as a marinade and then the fish can be grilled or fryed.

    Recipe #331852

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